Face Fixing Using Pegs
Some beams are able to be face fixed to a supporting wall by screwing through the face of the beam. This is achieved by pre-drilling the face with four small holes in each corner approximately 19mm in diameter.
The holes are countersunk allowing the head of a screw to be hidden within the beam. To disguise the screw, we provide four match oak pegs that provide an additional feature. More Info.
The reverse of the beam will be planed flat to rest against your wall. Any irregularity or gaps where the oak beam meets the plasterwork can be remedied by using decorators caulk